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Great Peruvian Roast Chicken at Inti in Hell's Kitchen

Lily Chin 3 comments

Inti is a small Peruvian restaurant on the northern end of Hell's Kitchen, and its warm interior makes it a solid choice for casual meals in the neighborhood. The star of the show is a roast chicken we'd head back for today. More

TGI Fry-Day: Maduros at Cevicheria El Rey

TGI Fry-Day Max Falkowitz Post a comment

Fried sweet plantains are common enough, but at Cevicheria El Rey in Elmhurst they're exceptionally sweet. More

Date Night: Urubamba, Peruvian Cuisine in Jackson Heights

Date Night Jessica Allen and Garrett Ziegler 7 comments

Urubamba, in Jackson Heights, is a restaurant to root for, with a clientele utterly devoted to its takes on traditional Peruvian food. More

A Sandwich a Day: Pan de Chicharron at Raymi

A Sandwich a Day Dana Abu-Dayyeh 1 comment

Although Raymi features a prominent ceviche bar and Pisco selection, they also have a pork and sweet potato sandwich worth seeking out. More

Bar Eats: Raymi

Bar Eats Nancy Huang Post a comment

Peruvian cooking, shaped over centuries by Spanish, Japanese and Chinese influences and native Andean roots, has a new haute home in Raymi, a cavernous restaurant and bar featuring modern interpretations of this multicultural cuisine. More

Lunch Today: Veal Heart Anticuchos at Morocho

Lunch Today Sam Levison 1 comment

The Anticuchos, veal heart skewers on a bed of Peruvian corn and lettuce at Morocho are filling but not too heavy, a perfect summertime lunch. More

$6.50 Quarter-Chicken and Two Sides Deal from Senor Pollo

Robyn Lee 2 comments

The Senor Pollo madness started with fellow Serious Eats contributor Kathy YL Chan. A few months ago she professed her Senor Pollo love in her blog and has since then repeatedly informed me, "You can get a quarter chicken... More

New Jersey Dispatch: Peru’s Favorite Foreign Cuisine

BrianYarvin 1 comment

As I scan my list of potential and partially written dispatches, I can’t help but notice that about ninety percent of them seem to be in Elizabeth. What is it about that place? It seems a bit rundown, but... More

New Jersey Dispatch: Don Alex Restaurant, Route 27, Elizabeth

BrianYarvin 2 comments

I made a remarkable observation during my first meal at Don Alex Restaurant on Route 27 in Elizabeth, New Jersey. I'll call it "Yarvin's First Law of Restaurant Selection." "The worse the television program playing in a restaurant, the... More

Off the Beaten Path: Chifa La Union, Peruvian-Chinese Food in Corona

Joe DiStefano Post a comment

As far as MSG goes, I'm with Jeffrey Steingarten. There's no such thing as “Chinese restaurant syndrome.” I'll be sure to report back if I experience chifa syndrome though.. Before anyone gets the wrong idea about this place, I should... More

Young & Hungry: Pio Pio's Secret Green Sauce and Fried Hot Dogs

Jenn Sit 4 comments

From garbage plates to the chips, cheese, and chicken combination I was hooked on from English kebab vans, I have an unhealthy obsession with french fries topped with fattening goodies. So when my friend told me about salchipapas at... More

Young & Hungry: Pollo a la Brasa at Flor De Mayo

Jenn Sit Post a comment

Continuing on my quest for the cheap and delicious in Morningside Heights, I came upon Flor De Mayo, which has not one, but two locations uptown. A restaurant with a split-personality—Flor De Mayo's menu serves up both Chinese and Latin... More

Off the Beaten Path: Serious Ceviche at El Anzuelo Fino

Joe DiStefano 2 comments

Whether you spell it ceviche, cebiche, or seviche, one thing is certain: the Peruvian specialty of fish “cooked" via marination in lime juice is one of the best things to eat during the dog days of summer. Unfortunately there... More

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